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while alighting from Glark st. car at
P. W. Grinnell, driver of pie wagon,
hurt when Milwaukee av. car hit
John Leith, 754 Bciwen av., injured
when street car hit Iris motorcycle.
Maurice Crossing, 6545 S. Lincoln
st, wanted on charge of stealing
pocketbook, arrested after police
fired shots at him.
$22,000 worth of city bonds sold
Esther Stromsen, 18, 901 Orleans
st., disappeared Tuesday. Despond
ent over death of father last month.
William O'Brien, saloonkeeper,
1228 Sedgwick st., dropped dead in
his seat at Auditorium Theater.
Burglars got $800 worth of jewelry
from Mrs. Alma. Anstey, $48 Dakiri st
Thos. Berney, butcher, 2688 Or
chard st, drank acid after quarrel
with" wife. May recover.
L. J. Highland, promoter, who was
arrested, charged with tearing up
note he gave Mrs. May Gibson, dis
chargjed. James Rose, LaCrosse, Ind., arrest
ed as suspect in Addison, HI., bank
robbery, will be freed.
Next Sunday will be Purrty Day.
SCHOOL DAYS BY ALLMAN
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